The new Meister Chronoscope by German watch and clock manufacturer Junghans, introduces a new dial colour that appears to change colour when you look at it in different light settings, changing from a warm fir green to a somewhat more mysterious darker green, rather reminiscent of the German Black Forest, home to Junghans.
The Meister Chronoscope successfully combines sporty dynamics with fine aesthetics and every detail of this timepiece has been carefully chosen whilst taking into account functionality and every day wearing comfort to ensure you are always carrying the right statement on your wrist.
For almost a century, watches of the Meister series have offered exceptional quality and style and sophistication, and this new Meister is no exception, with its classic design elements such as the pointed hands and applied indices at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock.
The front of the new watch is characterised by its curved dial, thanks to its fine sunray brush and three-dimensionality, with the face glimmering in different shades of green depending on how the light falls upon it. The bowl shaped totalisers with contrasting counters emphasise the chronograph’s sporty characteristics.
The comfortable beige wrist band, which is made of ostrich leather and has a steel pin buckle, blends in perfectly with the macchiato brown hands of the subdials, giving the watch true individuality thanks to its unique structure. It is also extremely comfortable to wear, with an airy, light and soft feel to the leather.
The watch has a self-winding movement with a power reserve of up to 48 hours. The stainless steel case in 40.7mm wide and 13.9mm thick and comes with a specially domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflection coating on both sides, and is water resistance up to 5 bar, making it ideal for everyday use.
If you turn the watch over, you will see the display back gives an unobstructed view of the finished and rhodium plated self-winding movement.
Carefully selected materials have been used to give this new timepiece outstanding quality standards and a timeless design. While the subtle changes to the Meister Chronoscope give a sporty and dynamic twist to what is an already reliable, traditional and familiar watch.
For more information on the new Meister Chronoscope by Jungens, please visit: www.junghans.de.
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Junghans